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Finding Blood's Breaking Point: New Research Aims to Explore the Relationship Between Coronavirus and Blood Clots

Blood clots have emerged as one of an increasing number of deadly side effects of the novel coronavirus in some patients. Cockrell School of Engineering researchers are embarking on a...Keep Reading

Changing the World While Changing Diapers: A Couple’s Non-Traditional Path to Becoming Texas Engineers

To be an undergraduate student in the Cockrell School of Engineering means you are opening doors for your future as you pursue a degree that will help you impact society... Keep Reading

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This Student-Designed Rover Can Write Your Name on the Moon

Most humans will never set foot on the moon, but a group of students from the Cockrell School of Engineering have an intriguing idea to let anyone make their mark there. The project, a rover that could write short messages... Keep Reading

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